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3 products under $15 that effectively treat hyperpigmentation and dark spots

Jamé Jackson
·2-min read

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Hyperpigmentation, caused by an increase of melanin in the skin, is annoying. Though we all have melanin, the reasons for individual hyperpigmentation can vary. For some, it's related to sun exposure. (If you want more on that, check out this story on skin cancer.) For others, hormones, environmental stressors and inflammation are the culprits.

When it comes to treating hyperpigmentation and dark spots, most dermatologists recommend using products made with vitamin C, azelaic acid, mandelic acid or niacinamide (vitamin B-3). Thankfully, these formulations are readily available, which means reducing the appearance acne-related hyperpigmentation is possible (yes, even at home).

If you're hoping to improve the look of your hyperpigmentation and stubborn dark spots, check out the curated selection of products below that are all top-rated because they work so well.

Best Products For Hyperpigmentation:

Shop: The INKEY List Tranexamic Acid Hyperpigmentation Treatment, $14.99

Credit: Sephora

What it is: A treatment you can apply before bed. It tackles hyperpigmentation and dark spots while you sleep.

Shop: Paula’s Choice 2% BHA Liquid Exfoliant, $10

Credit: Paula’s Choice

What it is: A lightweight exfoliant with salicylic acid that unclogs pores and brightens the skin, leaving you with a more even complexion.

Shop: The Ordinary Glycolic Acid 7% Toning Solution, $8.70

Credit: Sephora

What it is: A gentle, under-$10 toner that works on all skin types to combat dullness and uneven skin texture.

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